Bear or stone in Maori language.
means sustaining and enhancing our place orcommunities, wero or challenge
Father of a mighty nation
Noble and famous. A famous man.
A majestic and mighty Eagle
Soul of a person; expressive and versatile
Eruera is the Maori form of Edward and means rich and happy guardian.
Aid or help
Home ruler or estate ruler
He will enlarge
Huatare is the name of a famous chief.
To descend, or the descendant
The Lord judges
God is gracious and merciful
Chaste, or unmarried
God is salvation
He will laugh
God is exalted
God is perfect.
Kiritopa is a variant of Christopher and means bearer of Christ.
Koraka means A South Island Chief
Maaka is the Maori version of Mark. It means consecrated to the god Mars.
A Ngati Kahungunu Chief
Marcellin is a form of Marc and means from Marcus or refers to the Roman god of war.
Maori is the Maori of Mark and means from Marcus.
Gift of God
Maori version of Mary. It means bitter.
Who is like God
A person who i mythical
A mythological person
Sky, or god of the sky
Beloved, one who is loved by everyone
A variant of Rapata. It means bright fame.
A Maori word for morepork, New Zealand's native owl.
Man, or god of the forests
God of the sea, or god of fire
A morning star
The God of light
Tipene is the Maori version of Stephen. It means crown.
Maori form of William. It means protection or helmet.